Re: DNA Testing Notification
Thanks for your help!
I think I discovered a deal.
The 23 and me autosomal test is the same as Family Finder test used by Family Tree DNA--but they have different data groups. FTDNA has an option to transfer the 23and me test to their data base for $89. Such a deal! Buy the $99 special at 23 and me, then transfer it over to FTDNA for $89, get the advantage of both data groups, and save $100.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Roman <romankal@...> wrote:
> I have also been able to prove a blood connection via YDNA-67 testing.
> As a result, every person (currently living that I know of) who shares
> my surname is a member of a single genealogical tree going back no more
> than 6 generations.
> Prior to the testing I had two separate trees beginning in the late
> 1700s with the head of each originating in the area between PrzemyÅl and
> LwÃ³w. Both trees have living descendants. So I had three male saliva
> samples analyzed at the 67-level: a member A in Tree A, a member B in
> Tree B and myself (Tree A).
> A comparison of the results showed that there was no more than a single
> difference between any of us. These results indicate that at the 98%
> probability level the heads of these two trees are likely brothers. No
> church documentation is so far available to make this connection.
> On 3/1/2013 12:55 PM, Debbie Greenlee wrote:
> > Larry,
> > Short answer, yes.
> < snip, snip - lots more in the original post.>
> > Debbie
> > larrybell.cny@... <mailto:larrybell.cny%40gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Debbie,
> >> I hear your frustration. Your experience seems more negative than the
> > others who have responded. If you had it to do over again, would you?
> >> Larry